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Students at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Elementary School were treated to a special visit on September 13th by Johnny Rodgers: a former American college football player voted the University of Nebraska's "Player of the Century" and the winner of the 1972 Heisman Trophy. Johnny Rodgers also played for the Montreal Alouettes  where he was affectionately known as the "ordinary superstar." He won the CFL's Most Outstanding Rookie Award in 1973. In his four years with the Alouettes, Rodgers won the Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy twice and "All-Canadian" all-star honors and helped lead his team to a Grey Cup championship in 1974.
Johnny delivered an inspirational and moving message to the Cycle 3 students about the importance of education and following through on one’s goals and aspirations. “Education is not a part of life,” he said, “it IS life.” He also taught students the acronym FOCUS – Follow One Course Until you Succeed.

Word of the Day: LORE
Definition: (noun) Accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about a particular subject.

Synonyms: traditional knowledge.

Usage: He had taught the children something of the forest lore that he had himself learned from Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell, and knew that in their dire hour they were not likely to forget it.

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